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Anatoli Polivoda

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Anatoli Polivoda

Olympic medal record
Competitor for  Soviet Union
Men's Basketball
Olympic Games
Gold medal – first place Munich 1972 USSR
Bronze medal – third place Mexico City 1968 USSR

Anatoliy Ivanovych Polivoda (Ukrainian: Анатолій Іванович Поливода; born 29 May 1947) is a retired Ukrainian basketball player who played for the Budivelnyk of Kiev and the Soviet Union. He trained at VSS Avanhard in Kiev.

He played in the Soviet team at the 1968 Olympic Games in which he won a bronze medal, and at the 1972 Olympic Games where he won a gold medal.[1]



  1. ^ Olympic results

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